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Walorski Op-Ed in The Hill: Blanket Tariff Proposal Could Jeopardize Recent Economic Boom

Thursday, March 8, 2018

“Trump is right to take action … but across-the-board tariffs will harm American manufacturers, workers, and consumers.”

In The News: Elkhart Truth: Women elected to office see opportunities to serve

Sunday, February 11, 2018

“I think women make great fighters, and so I think that the future for women is wide open and brighter than it’s ever been.”

In The News: Ripon Advance: Republican-led House oversight subcommittee, House colleagues urge IRS reform

Friday, February 2, 2018

Republican members of the U.S. House Ways and Means Oversight Subcommittee outlined their essential reforms for the IRS.

In The News: WISH: Lawmakers ask for renewal of opioid public health emergency declaration

Friday, January 19, 2018

Indiana senators and representatives are asking President Trump to renew the opioid public health emergency declaration.

In The News: Journal Gazette: Bipartisan push to kill medical device tax

Thursday, January 18, 2018

A short-term federal spending plan proposed this week by House Republican leaders would suspend the 2.3 percent sales tax for two years, retroactive to Jan. 1. Congress has until Saturday to extend spending or risk a government shutdown.

In The News: Ripon Advance: Walorski secures fair IRS treatment for military retirees

Walorski successfully convinced the IRS to treat military retirees as fairly as it treats other retirees when collecting unpaid taxes.

Walorski in The Hill: Reforms are needed to fix Social Security Disability Insurance backlog

Monday, December 18, 2017

SSDI was created 61 years ago with a worthy goal: to create a backstop to help workers if an illness or injury leaves them unable to work.

In The News: WSBT: Elkhart police chief calls on Congress to renew funding he says helps families

Tuesday, December 5, 2017

Walorski says the House recently passed bills to renew both MIECHV and CHIP.

In The News: Roll Call: Proposed Measure Would Prevent Harassment Settlements Using Office Funds

Friday, December 1, 2017

Legislation introduced Friday would prevent sexual harassment and misconduct settlements from being paid out of members’ office budgets.

Walorski in The Hill: Congress needs to take the lead on fighting sexual harassment in the workplace

Thursday, November 30, 2017

Some say Congress is incapable of leading on this issue, but we believe that Congress MUST lead on this issue.

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